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50.   What results from a silent mutation?   51.   This portion of DNA begins the transcription process.

 

52. Chargaff's contribution to the identification of DNA structure was:

 

53.   Without DNA Polymerase I this could not happen during DNA replication.

 

54.   In lactose metabolism, ___________ binds to the repressor protein causing its release from DNA, acting as an inducer and allowing transcription of genes.

 

55.   The anticodon of a particular tRNA molecule is ________.

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